Our America: Who I'm Meant To Be 2023

They are young, they are transgender, and they are champions for their community. Our America: Who I'm Meant To Be explores what it is like to be a transgender young person in the U.S. today.
Our America: Hidden Stories - The 1619 Project

ABC Owned Television Stations race and culture content team and Pulitzer Prize-winning New York Times journalist, Nikole Hannah-Jones, join forces to present Our America: Hidden Stories
Our America: Mental State

It's time to have real conversations about our mental health.
Our America: Trouble On Tap

"Our America: Trouble on Tap" is a three-part documentary series that looks at how environmental pollution, climate change and aging infrastructure are gradually eroding the ability for more and more communities across the United States to have access to free and potable drinking water.
Our America: Women On A Roll

"Our America: Women on a Roll" highlights diverse women and girls who are making a difference in their neighborhoods by defining and uplifting skate culture.

"Our America: Lowballed" follows Black and Latino families as they fight for fair home values after lower than expected appraisals. ABC's 18-month long investigation explores appraisal discrimination and solutions to a problem potentially costing families billions in equity. 
Reclaiming Turtle Island

Join Taboo, model/activist Quannah Chasinghorse, National Geographic star Jody Potts and more as they bring to life the National Geographic Magazine issue highlighting Native sovereignty with photographer Kiliii Yuyan.
Our America: Veterans Go For Gold

Cheer on nearly 300 wounded U.S. military veterans as they train and compete in the 2022 Department of Defense Warrior Games, featuring adaptive sporting events at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex.
Mission Montford Point

"Our America: Mission Montford Point" shares the origin story of the Montford Point Marines, the estimated 20,000 Black men who broke the color barrier of the last armed service to allow African Americans to join.

Sofia Carson hosts "Our America: Fifty50" celebrating youth athletes in eight stories of girls whose lives have been positively impacted by sports.
Who I'm Meant to Be 2022

The LGBTQIA+ community is multicultural, multi-ethnic, multi-faith and multidimensional. "Our America: Who I'm Meant To Be" explores the lives of some of the people who make up this community.
Green Guardians

Our America: Green Guardians introduce men and women who are passionate about making the world a safer, cleaner place -- one city, community or block at a time.
Accomplices - The Story of Ady Barkan

Through his fight for healthcare justice, Ady Barkan's journey with ALS is shifting the national conversation of what it means to be an accomplice to historically underrepresented, marginalized and excluded communities.
Indigenous & Urban

An episodic visual journal of Indigenous life off the reservations, offering a more authentic view of their lives in urban America.
Todos Unidos

From actors to activists, Latinos and Hispanics share stories of celebrating their heritage, expressing their identity and representing their diverse cultures.
Who I'm Meant to Be

A personal diary of trans men and women across America, sharing their pride, fears, hopes and dreams to shift the narrative from their struggles to their common humanity.
Black Freedom

"Our America: Black Freedom" highlights community leaders, historians, and local families who share the early history and artifacts unique to the Texas celebration of Juneteenth. The special includes deeply personal stories, longtime traditions, modern-day celebrations, and the ongoing journey to make Juneteenth a federal holiday. While the documentary begins in the heart of Texas, the storytelling spans across the country, sharing how Black communities embrace Juneteenth and what Black Freedom' means to them.
A Year Of Activism

The "Our America: A Year of Activism" panels address intergenerational activism, multiracial solidarity, and media framing of racial justice issues.
Asian Voices

"Our America: Asian Voices" tells the stories of Asian and Pacific Islander groups in America, exploring how they built communities and what it means to be Asian and Pacific Islander in America.
Climate of Hope

In partnership with National Geographic, ABC Localish Studios explores the impact of climate change in America, especially in low income neighborhoods and communities of color. Plus, new signs of hope, masterful innovations and the everyday heroes working for a better tomorrow.
Women Forward

Watch the powerful, emotional stories of women across America determined to build a better world. Challenging the status quo, shifting the balance of power and using their ingenuity to help transform their communities.
Hidden Stories

From New York City to Los Angeles, there are hidden histories behind our cities that haven't been told in classrooms, textbooks or institutions. "Our America: Hidden Stories" seeks to illuminate these stories with the aim of understanding the formative roots that have led to systemic bias in our communities. The goal is to inspire local citizens to reimagine how our cities can move forward in a more inclusive and equitable way.
Living While Black

"Our America: Living While Black" is a ABC Owned Television Stations docuseries that goes beyond the statistics to explore inequalities facing Black families across the country in institutions related to policing, health care, education and housing.